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A devotional group will be hosting an all day Chanting Festival as a fundraiser for the Mullumbimby Neighbourhood Centre on November 30 from 8am ’til 9pm at St Martins Church Hall.

The House of Bliss organisers say all proceeds from the day are going towards people in need via outreach programs run through the centre. 

The program features live music, yoga, meditation, guest speakers and chanting.

The event will close with Amir Paiss and Avishai Barnatan. Half-day and full-day tickets are available on the House of Bliss, Hearts on Fire Facebook page.


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